Juno Birch is an illustrator based in the UK. In her book and through her work, Oestrogen Breakfast: Transgender Tales, she reflects upon her life growing up as a young boy and transitioning into a woman.
Enrique Badulescu's photography work is an ode to the intensity of color. Born to a Rumanian photographer and a Mexican mother in the 60's, he grew up influenced by a vibrant culture scene and surrealism.
Paul Reilly is an illustrator and graphic design artist whose style aims to distort and reflect pop culture. His work, usually a mash-up of hand drawn and vectored elements, explores color and repetition.
Martin Parr is a photographer whose published over 80 of his own books, art directed festivals and a member of Magnum Photos. Originally a documentary photographer, he's made his way over into the advertising world and captures photos with quirk, bold colors and a lot of personality.
Qiu Yang is an elite still life photographer and filmmaker. His unique pairings, set designs, and bold use of props truly make the work stand out, creating his own minimalistic style. Qiu currently splits his time between New York and Amsterdam.
Antonia Basler is a still life photographer based in Portland. She creates such obscure visuals by using color and pattern to enhance the "everyday items" she features in her photographs. Antonia is drawn to the look and feel of poorly constructed objects, especially ones you can find at a local dollar store.
Graham Walzer is a Los Angeles based portrait and landscape photographer. His imagery is filled with color, and a subtle humor. Graham splits his time between LA and the road, taking long adventures either by motorcycle or truck, camping alone in various parts of the country.